This video deals with the aftermath of the tsunami in Japan and how communities are living with radiation exposure. The video starts with a local farmer whose crops were affected by radiation as a result of the tsunami. The man was refused government assistance for checking his crops, so he spent his life saving on a machine that detects radiation. He uses the machine to test his crops and others in his community. The video then talks about other communities near the evacuation zone and how they are still affected by radiation.
This video contains multiple perspectives from Japanese people who are in some way still affected by the tsunami. The author of this video really tells a complete story by interviewing many people and getting their individual perspectives. The video ends by showing a woman who helps other parents find places for their families to stay. In a way, the video comes full circle by beginning with a citizen who is helping his community and ending with a woman who is helping other in her community.